A global movement inspired by the support and endorsement of the then U.N. Secretay General Kofi Annan, His Holiness the Dalai Lama of the Mountains Kingdom of Tibet, President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, Former President Fidel V. Ramos and other leaders; and individuals and organizations.
The Call to Save the Mountains of the World (CSMW) is the official project flagship of the Human Development International conceived in 2002. It is a call to action to address the increasing devastation of mountains that has shaken the “unbreakable interdependence of nature’s ecosystem”; adversely affecting the world’s environment... learn more
“There’s a need for us to see all manifestations of life as one interpenetrating and cooperating whole where we cannot harm any part of nature without harming the whole.”
Since time immemorial, science teaches us many things, but nothing about nature as a “living experience” or about life itself. In a world that’s heading into an environmental nightmare due to human indifference and uncaring actions, there is a need for us to see, all manifestations of life... learn more
The HDI Vanguard Corps for Peace and Development is the youth volunteer arm of the Human Development International comprising of youth nurtured through training towards enhancing human capabilities; personality development and leadership prowess to make them effective advocate for peace, human development and the preservation ... learn more
The Human Development International (HDI) is a non-profit, non-political and non-sectarian organization that put people as the central focus and ultimate end in an ecological balanced in development founded in Tokyo, Japan in 1990. HDI aims to support United Nations and government thrust on sustainable human development - a concept that put people as the central focus and ultimate end in development.
Last September 26, 2008 HDI paid the United Nations Volunteers HQ in Bonn a courtesy visit; - a visit of great significance the fact that the establishment of the Human Development International in 1990 sprang from the years of service of John Ryan Largo, the HDI Founder as a United Nations Volunteer Specialist. ... learn more